TRENDnet 450 Mbps Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter
3 November 2013
Summary: Pretty tiny but met my expectations for a customer that wanted his Internet connection wireless. Of course, wireless spprds vary depending on the modem and router. At least it was fastere than the normal 65 Mbps.
Summary: Pretty much a lifesaver for guest bedroom. Purchased a USB Wireless adapter which was a nightmare - at its best was 18 Mbps. I watched youtube videos at the speed that people did when computers just came out. This TRENDnet was a bit pricey but definitely worth it - even with a 50+ range, I still get 54 Mbps, which is excellent. Also has a feature to be able to auto-connect and save networks to profiles, which makes life a lot simpler. Great product overall!
Summary: This products works great for me. I think where I use it is considered long range and it work great with my PC. I and not speaking for those that use it for streaming a lot movies and playing games because I do not use it for that. I do have trendnet TEW-687GA and it does work great for streaming and downloading Directv movies.
Summary: Product is limited in range for reception of 2.4 and 5 GHz signals. Found that beyond 50 ft sign drops below 50%. Adaptor will maintain connection if signal is below 50. Also, USB interface is USB 2.0 not 3.0 data rate is slower than expected at 450 MBPS. Excellent sale, good communication, fast shipping, product works, and overall worth the price.
Summary: This is by far the best wireless card I've ever had. I have had wireless for the past 8 years and most cards overheat under constant heavy load or cannot reach speeds much faster than 50mbps. I tried 4 other adapters (and my phone, tablet, and laptop) and I was unable to get a speed above 22mbps. I live in a apartment complex which has a very crowded wireless space... I have 70mbps Comcast internet, and this is the only adapter that has been able to reach the full speed.
Summary: This little USB adapter, just slightly bigger than the average thumb type wifi adapters I used to have. The funny thing was that I had my Asus RT66n when it first came out, and it's been 1 1/2 years. I totally forgot it runs on 450Mbps Until recently. Now with this adapter only in the mid $30s, no reason not to upgrade. It's on par and just slightly slow comparing to my wired connection. Speedtest.net TEW-684UB 49Mbps down 8Mbps up Gigabit lan card 58Mbps down 8Mbps up.